1992 Ecu Mint Set

This is a set of seven Ecu’s that was originally issued by the International Currency Bureau
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SKU: LEU9205
£18.95

This is a set of seven Ecu's that was originally issued by the International Currency Bureau to show what the new European Ecus were going to look like. Unfortunately, they decided to call the new coins Euros and not Ecus, but this set is still a very important part of our numismatic heritage.

Each set comes in a full colour presentation folder with seven different denominations. There is the full crown sized 5 Ecu plus the 1/10, 1/4 and 1/2 Ecu, plus the 1, 2, 5 and 10 Ecus as well. The presentation of this set is outstanding and it is something which you will be proud to have in your collection as well as giving them as gifts.

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